The NSW State has committed $60 Billion into Infrastructure projects over the next four years.
Is your business geared to take advantage of this once-in-a-generation opportunity?
Landing a large contract can be a great way to catapult your business to a new level of growth. Unfortunately for most SME’s, the strict requirements to supplier stability set by the major projects and large corporations means they will never be considered for a contract.
And it’s not for a lack of trying. In fact, many of the major projects are required to split the work into smaller pieces in an effort to entice local suppliers. But with SME’s ruling themselves out of consideration due to inadequate cash flow and financial resources, a number of smaller pieces of work are now being combined in an effort to attract larger, more stable, suppliers.
It’s not just in Australia that major projects are faced with this dilemma. The $7 Billion Femern tunnel project, the largest of its kind in the world, actively encourage local and regional suppliers to bid for pieces of work.
That’s where the similarities ends. The Femern tunnel project, backed by The Danish State, actively helps suppliers to fulfil the requirements set to supplier stability by recommending the use of Cash of Acceptance™.
CASH ON ACCEPTANCE™
For suppliers of Major Projects and Corporations
With Cash On Acceptance™ getting paid is simple. In fact, our process is so simple that from your accountant’s point of view it’s equivalent to giving your customer a discount for paying Cash On Delivery.
Unlike other invoice factoring services, with Cash On Acceptance™ you only have to do two things to get paid. Deliver your goods, or render your service, and send us the invoice. That’s it.
We will take care of getting acceptance of the invoice from your customer, and once that’s done we will pay you the highest rate offered by any Debtor Financing company in Australia.
We pay you the full amount, minus our discount, directly to your bank account. That’s it. No fees or interest to keep track of. From the time you send us the invoice till you receive the payment is usually less than 24 hours.